Podcast episodes

Brent Lindeque

Discover how Brent Lindeque’s Good Things Guy cultivates a hopeful community through authentic connection – and the platform’s strategy to building collaborations with brands.

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Charles Stuart

Kenya leads the world in internet advertising growth and podcast advertising spend in South Africa set to hit R232-million by 2027.

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Sechaba Motsieloa

Insights from Sechaba Motsieloa on customer-centric marketing and advertising, the role of AI, as well as the evolving brand-agency dynamics.

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Chris Do

Creative entrepreneur Chris Do shares his insights on how to stand out on social media by creating content that cuts through the clutter and builds an engaged community. He emphasizes the importance of focusing on your community instead of chasing virality.

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Bonolo Chepape

Bonolo Chepape, designer who worked with Smeg, Mr Price, and Nando’s, shares tips on collaborating with multinational brands and growing your creative business.

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Fred Roed

How to build a community that sponsors love to support.? Fred Roed shares his secrets to building a community that is attractive to sponsors.

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Lesley Williams

Lesley Williams, CEO of Tshimologong Precinct, shares her insights on how to use collaboration to create innovative solutions for change.

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Alphi Mkhwanazi

Monetize your content like digital artist Alphi Mkhwanazi, who collaborates with MultiChoice, Mercedes-Benz, Fanta, African Bank, DSTV, and others by being authentic, knowing your unique offering, and partnering with the right brands.

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Mpho Monareng

WOW Media founder Mpho Monareng shares his insights on building a successful creative business and personal brand, balancing agency work and TV appearances, overcoming imposter syndrome, and using Generative AI in the creative process.

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Lebo Lion

Lebo Lion shares how brands can foster genuine connections with consumers through the creator economy in the latest episode of The Lead Creative.

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